CDSOA 2011 Notice

SUMMARY: Pursuant to the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000, this document is U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s notice of intent to distribute assessed antidumping or countervailing duties (known as the continued dumping and subsidy offset) for Fiscal Year 2011 in connection with countervailing duty orders, antidumping duty orders, or findings under the Antidumping Act of 1921. This document sets forth the case name and number of each order or finding for which funds may become available for distribution, together with the list of affected domestic producers, based on the list supplied by the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) associated with each order or finding, who are potentially eligible to receive a distribution. This document also provides the instructions for affected domestic producers (and anyone alleging eligibility to receive a distribution) to file certifications to claim a distribution in relation to the listed orders or findings.

DATES: Certifications to obtain a continued dumping and subsidy offset under a particular order or finding must be received by July 26, 2011. Any certification received after July 26, 2011, will be denied, making claimants ineligible for the distribution.

ADDRESSES: Certifications and any other correspondence (whether by mail, or an express or courier service) should be addressed to the Assistant Commissioner, Office of Administration, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Revenue Division,


Melissa Kurth,

6650 Telecom

Drive, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46278.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For general questions regarding preparation of certifications, contact Melissa Kurth, Revenue Division, (317) 614-4462. For questions regarding legal aspects, contact Carrie Owens, Office of International Trade, Regulations and Rulings, Entry Process and Duty Refunds, (202) 325-0266.


The certification must contain the following information:


1. The date of this Federal Register notice;

2. The Commerce case number;

3. The case name (producer/country);

4. The name of the domestic producer and any name qualifier, if applicable (for example, any other name under which the domestic producer does business or is also known);


5. The mailing address of the domestic producer (if a post office box, the physical street address must also appear) including, if applicable, a specific room number or department;


6. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) number (with suffix) of the domestic producer, employer identification number, or social security number, asapplicable;


7. The specific business organization of the domestic producer (corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship);


8. The name(s) of any individual(s) designated by the domestic producer as the contact person(s) concerning the certification, together with the phone number(s), mailing address, and, if available, facsimile transmission number(s) and electronic mail (e-mail) address(es) for the person(s). Correspondence from CBP will be directed to the designated contact(s) by either mail or phone or both;


9. The total dollar amount claimed;

10. The dollar amount claimed by category, as described in the section below entitled ”Amount Claimed for Distribution”;


11. A statement of eligibility, as described in the section below entitled ”Eligibility to Receive Distribution”; and


12. For certifications not submitted electronically through, an original signature by an individual legally authorized to bind the producer.



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